50 Jurong Gateway Road
#03-22 Jem
Singapore 608549

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3 pieces of grilled beef spring rolls and vietnamese drip coffee come in a set charged at $8.70++. Value for money.

A well executed dish (Bun Thit Nuong) but we had grilled lemongrass chicken instead of the usual grilled pork. Nicely chopped cha gio (spring rolls) are served with Vietnamese pickles, roasted peanuts. For Vietnamese street food in SG, we really enjoy So Pho (Changi T.3 outlet). The same can’t be said for So Pho So good in Novena outlet. A good Vietnamese lunch spot here!

We used to try So Pho in Novena and quite let down then. This time we try the one in Changi Airport Terminal 3 and order a set meal (Chicken pho soup) 🐓 It comes with spring roll and lemon tea. The set cost $13.80 and deliver the flavour and quality ingredients (fresh chicken with chicken sausage), nice broth, chicken dipping sauce. Really impressed with the food and we think it’s such a value eat in the airport. 👌

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Wasn't feeling so hungry so ordered just a Vietnamese roll rather than the mains.

Summer roll (3 pieces) at $7.90. Comes with prawn, pork, vermicelli noodles and tons of fresh veg. Felt so healthy after eating this. Comes with the light chilli sauce which gave the roll a little punch in flavour.

These summer rolls are healthy and delicious! Stuffed with vegetables and prawn, the rolls are a great alternative to the boring salad bowls.

Met expectations. Pretty Decent Soft Shell Crab that was tasty and crisp even before dipping into the sweet homemade Thai chili sauce. ($6.80)

We also had the pho with all 3 - beef slices, briskets and meatballs. Contrary to most reviews here, the briskets were the kind of soft tenderness that had close to zero resistance. Simply press on it and the meat falls apart. The beef portions were also acceptable. ($10.80)

Don't get the Vietnamese pancake though, for $11+, it is quite underwhelming.